AIX Long Beach almost sold out

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Reed Exhibitions, the organizers of Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) Long Beach, California, have announced that exhibition space at the show is 90% sold, with almost 100 days still to go before the show commences.

In February, Reed Exhibitions and the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) announced a long-term strategic co-location agreement for the event in co-ordination with the International Flight Services Association (IFSA).

This year’s event will take place from September 26-28 2017 at the Long Beach Convention Center, and more than 300 exhibitors are expected from a wide range of companies exhibiting at AIX Long Beach and APEX, including Acro Aircraft Seating, Aviointeriors, Diehl, Gogo, Inmarsat, Isovalta, Panasonic, Geven and Thales, to name just a few.

More than 30 airlines including Etihad Airways, American Airlines, Singapore Airlines, British Airways and many more from across the world are already confirmed to attend, with many more expected to register in the run up to the show.

Katie Murphy, senior exhibition director at Reed Exhibitions, said: “To have virtually all of the exhibition space already sold is testament to the growing popularity of the fall event dedicated to the passenger services industry.

“AIX Long Beach brings together APEX, IFSA and AIX into a powerful partnership, and to have generated so much interest already gives us great confidence that it is quickly becoming established as the must-attend event for the passenger experience industry in the fall.”

The co-located passenger experience event showcases the latest innovation, technologies and products in the interiors industry, such as galleys, lighting, cabin management systems, IFEC and passenger services.

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